All over this weaving trend. I used to weave on cardboard looms as a kid, then my step-dad was super nice and made me this standing loom when I was 14 (pays to have a woodworker in the family). I haven't used in it ages and was recently given the most beautiful stash of yarn and wool from a family friend who no longer spins/weaves - lucky!!
I'm not really doing this right, first up I'm using a ruler instead of a slat thingy and I don't have a shed stick or heddle whatnot to weave correctly so i'm just using a tapestry needle to zig zag through the front of the warp instead of through both the front and the back. I almost feel like the the 'frame' of the loom is too thick to weave the proper way? I'm clearly not down with all the terminology or techniques, but Google and my Mum (who actually weaves on a real loom) lead me to believe there are more professional/efficient methods. Oh well, I continue and hope for the best ;)
I'm inspired by these lovely weavers: